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The Dying Light

Henry Porter

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ISBN 10: 0752874845 / ISBN 13: 9780752874845
Published by Orion, 2009
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Title: The Dying Light

Publisher: Orion

Publication Date: 2009

Book Condition:Good

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The most shocking political thriller of the year. Former intelligence officer Kate Lockhart joins the congregation of corporate leaders, ministers and spies to mourn David Eyam, her ex-lover and one of the best minds of her generation. Then she learns of her soulmate's last will and testament - a dangerous legacy that certain member of the congregation will do absolutely anything to suppress. As she struggles to find meaning in his bequest to her, with her life at risk and only the fragments of Eyam's shattered existence to help her, she's about to find out whether the state is a match for the genius of the dead...

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Henry Porter has written five novels for Orion and one children's novel. In 2005, his novel Brandenburg, which is set in East Germany at the time of the Fall of the Berlin Wall, won the Ian Fleming Steel Dagger. His thriller Empire State, the first about extraordinary rendition, was also nominated for the award. His books have been widely acclaimed and translated into over a dozen languages. For five years he campaigned against the attack on civil liberties by the government in the Observer newspaper where he writes a column. During that time he debated with Tony Blair in a public exchange of emails about his government's record on surveillance, databases and the rights of the individual. He has been the London editor of Vanity Fair since 1993.

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